To Assess Postural Discomfort of School Students using Virtual Pedagogy
Keywords:Discomforts, Middle childhood, Pedagogy, Postural
Posture is usually defined as the relative arrangement of the parts of the body. It was observed that school teachers worked continuously in one posture for long hours. Constantly, they suffered from discomfort in different parts of their body, especially in the shoulders, knees, back, lower back, and upper back, which mainly prevent them from continuing their work. Aim: The purpose of this study was to assess the postural discomfort of the teachers using virtual pedagogy. With this background, this study was carried out with the objectives to assess. Objective: The postural discomfort faced by school teachers across gender. Methods: The sample size was 100 school students and sample was collected from Lucknow city using interview schedule along with a technique for measuring postural discomfort scale prepared by Corlett, E.N. and Bishop, R.P. (1976). The collected data were coded, scored, tabulated, and analyzed using relevant descriptive statistics frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation, and relational statistics like correlation. The sample was collected through random and purposive random sampling technique. The data calculated were analyzed using frequency, percentage, and correlation. Results: There is no significant difference between gender and postural discomfort of respondents.
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